Tanzanian singer and songwriter Rayvanny has released a new song called “Money” that is quickly gaining popularity. The song, which is a celebration of wealth and female empowerment, has already been streamed over 1 million times on YouTube.
The song’s lyrics are direct and unapologetic. In the opening line, Rayvanny sings, “Usiniite babay kama hunupi hela” (“Don’t call me baby if you don’t have money”). He goes on to say that the world has changed and that there are now women who have their own money. He encourages men to be generous with their money and to treat women with respect.
The song’s message is clear: money matters. In a society where women are often seen as being less valuable than men, Rayvanny’s song is a powerful statement of female empowerment. It tells women that they are worthy of being treated with respect, regardless of their financial status.
The song’s catchy melody and upbeat tempo make it a fun and easy listen. The music video, which features Rayvanny surrounded by beautiful women, is also visually appealing.
“Money” is a well-made song with a message that is both timely and important. It is sure to be a hit with fans of Tanzanian music and beyond.
Here are some of the song’s lyrics that are particularly notable:
- “Dunia ya sasa kuna wadada wanahela” (“In today’s world, there are women who have money”)
- “Msiwe wachoyo mtuhonge na masele” (“Don’t be stingy, treat us with respect”)
- “Lete hela” (“Bring the money”)
These lyrics reflect the changing role of women in Tanzanian society. Women are becoming more educated and successful, and they are demanding to be treated with the same respect as men. Rayvanny‘s song is a celebration of this progress.
The song is also a reminder that money can be a powerful tool for empowerment. When women have money, they have more choices and more control over their lives. They can be independent and self-sufficient, and they can live their lives on their own terms.
Rayvanny’s “Money” is a catchy and empowering song that is sure to resonate with people of all ages and backgrounds. It is a song that celebrates wealth and female empowerment, and it is a song that is sure to be a hit.